Survive is the verb form of survival, and may also refer to:
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... With appropriate treatment, 37% survive more than one year, 20% survive 2 years ... and 13% survive 3 years ...
... their own limbs (understandably, these Crossed don't tend to survive very long) ... The Crossed can survive on any food but frequently rely on basic cannibalism - not because they have a zombie-like need for human flesh, they're just so brutal and cruel that they get warped enjoyment ... The Crossed can survive on any food, but but as years pass after the outbreak and the normal food sources of civilization disappear, they increasingly cannibalize the non-infected or each other to survive ...
1994) "I Want You" (Finding Forever, 2007) "I Will Survive (Silk's Old Skool Remix)" by Chantay Savage ("I Will Survive," 1996) "I Will Survive (Kay Fingers Remix)" by Chantay Savage ("I Will Survive," 1996 ...
... Aired on English title October 2003 Mujin Wakusei Survive, Special! October 2004 Mujin Wakusei Survive, ! December 2004 Mujin Wakusei Survive, ! ...
... Inside the church the 19th century kingpost roof is visible, but older arched braces survive above the site of the rood screen ... to replace its box pews with benches and these survive along with an elaborate font and cover dating to 1846 ... commemorate Queen Victoria's Jubilee in 1887, which are painted and gilt and survive in fine condition ...
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Famous quotes containing the word survive:
“Managing a tantrum involves nothing less than the formation of character. Even the parents capacity to cope well with conflict can improve with this experience. When a parent knows he is right and does not give in for the sake of temporary peace, everybody wins. The parent learns that denying some pleasure does not create a neurotic child and the child learns that she can survive momentary frustration.”
—Alicia F. Lieberman (20th century)
“To survive it is often necessary to fight and to fight you have to dirty yourself.”
—George Orwell (19031950)
“The impulse to perfection cannot exist where the definition of perfection is the arbitrary decision of authority. That which is born in loneliness and from the heart cannot be defended against the judgment of a committee of sycophants. The volatile essences which make literature cannot survive the clichés of a long series of story conferences.”
—Raymond Chandler (18881959)